@Manfred Ohhhh - viewing the screenshots and playing around - a little bit opens my eyes.
We have to open the calender with “shared folders”-menu and have to pickup the user and the
folder of the user - in our case the calendar.
Until now we opened tha calenders with open “remote calender” from outlook and selecting the
user from global adressbook… And in this way we only get free/busy times of the user.
Now everything is fine and the users see the calendardetails of the shared calendars.
Thanks a lot.
strange. never heard of that before. what the plugindebugger does is updating some reg keys for the user. so you could also get the trace logging when importing a reg file with the following content:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Kopano\Kopano OL Extension]
A few weeks ago I had the same problem. Just re-creating a new profile didn’t solve the problem, after a few minutes, Outlook was disconnected again. I fixed it by disable all shared folders and calendars. Some entries in one of the shared calendars (thousands of items since 2011) in the public store was ultimately the cause of the problem. I used Mozilla Sunbird to export all of the entries of these calendar, and re-import this ics file into a new calendar by using curl on the command line.
Send-as can only be disabled “globally”, the feature does/can not make a distinction from where a shared folder is opened. But you can decide if you want to use this functionality when opening a shared folder.
Afair the entered email address will be inherited by subfolders of the current folder, I do not remember if the same is true for disabling sendas. the limit can also be influenced from the plugindebugger (but it’s of course adviced to limit folders instead of raising the limit).
It’s Outlook 2016 Version 1808 (Build 10730.20101)
The problem is that once Kopano is installed - the problem actually affects ALL profiles. So even if I do as you suggest and use separate profiles for my Main email and my IMAP accounts, I can’t add the accounts from within Outlook itself. I have to instead add them by going to Control Panel ->Mail (Outlook 32bit) - which is still available in Windows 10 although I have to either enter Control Panel using the Search Bar or File Explorer.
@8gm-dk said in Using IMAP as the eMail interface in KOE - an alternative?:
Another question still remains:
Will I run into other problems that I do not readily see at the moment if I do the “dual stack” accounts in Outlook (IMAP and ActiveSync for all accounts, telling the customer to just use IMAP for eMail)?
Probably not even the Outlook developers would be able to answer this question. Maybe it will work “forever” without any issues. Maybe some Outlook update will change something regarding IMAP or ActiveSync handling and it will break. It’s just not possible to give you any guarantees.
will that work on our business productional environment where I run kopano-server 188.8.131.52-0 ? I guess it should because I would only update the OLE extension on my own Windows client workstation, right ?